American Idol Results: Who Went Home Last Night On American Idol? 3/12/2015

Dim the lights. Here we go! The American Idol Top 11 are official thanks to your votes as announced by host Ryan Seacrest giving way to the latest elimination on American Idol 2015.

Ryan Seacrest and American Idol results
Ryan Seacrest has the American Idol results – Source: FOX

Your votes from this week were collected and it’s time to reveal the results where just eleven of Season 14’s talented singers can move on to the next round and one Hopeful was sent home last night on American Idol.

Top 12’s eliminated contestant:

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American Idol 2015 Top 11 contestants:

Next week the Top 10 will be revealed which means you better get out the vote and support your favorite contestants. You can vote online or by phone to help your favorite American Idol Hopefuls!

What do you think of this week’s outcome? Did America get the votes right? Share your thoughts and tell us what you think should have happened!




  1. Nick clearly is the most talented, he deserves to be there. Daniel is only in for cute points, he hasn’t even hit puberty yet so his voice will clearly be changing. He should come back in a year or two.

  2. See!! This is why I want to stop watching AI !! Anyone with half a brain knows that Sarina is a thousand times better than Daniel Seavey!! He may be musically talented but the dude cannot sing!! Yet these goofy little 10 yr old girls vote for him a the ones with the real talent get cheated out of a great opportunity!! It’s just so wrong!!!

  3. Well, I am now officially done with Idol. From the time Sarina sang just snippets of Grenade I was moved both by the quality of her voice and her emotional connection to the lyric. I’ve been a performer and now work with professional performers. Yes, you have to be able to perform under pressure. But not knowing when you’re going to perform/if you’re going to perform and then having to run up on stage in a tizzy is not a typical professional situation and not a set up designed to get the best from anyone. The format diminishes the shows overall quality and as a viewer I feel robbed that I’m not going to get to hear Sarina sing in the coming weeks while weaker performers continue. If there’s any feedback I’d give her, it would be to continue building a killer instinct. She seemed at times so beside herself grateful to be there that I’m not sure she realized her talent upgraded the show and they were lucky to have her. (Just a smidgen of Jax’ “I know I’m the ish” attitude.) If there was anything that could have helped her get into those last two songs with a better start in rehearsal she should have demanded what was needed. She was great in front of an audience and then all of a sudden she’s not? Her pitch was spot on and then all of a sudden it just goes away? Something’s rotten in Denmark. I think she ultimately would have gotten into a groove and readjusted with proper coaching, but we’ll never know, will we? Happy that the Voice is around, no break-out stars yet but they seem to do a better job recognizing and showing respect for the talent, which makes watching more fun. Have enjoyed reading everyone’s comments. There’s a smart bunch on this blog. It’s been fun, (until tonight). Choir Girl, out.

    • I am relieved Idol is live again and has expanded to two hours. The one hour shows felt rushed and chaotic. However, combining results and performances is not working. The nerves a contestant feels are doubled. They are anticipating a performance and a possible elimination. It shows in the performances.

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